Sunday, June 14, 2009


Perhaps Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has learnt from Hugo Chavez how to cheat on an election. All the Iranian ghost trips to Venezuela, and friendship with the infamous leader may have lead to his infamous win on this week’s presidential re-election.

Ahmadinejad opponents shout protests from rooftops

Journalists are reporting from Tehran that “The unrest is spreading across the country and Tehran is very tense. After Ahamdi Nejad's "victory" rally today, Mousavi is now openly asking everyone to show up to a mass rally in central Tehran, he will be marching in front of the crowed. Starts at 4 PM Tehran time. Something we are watching.” Courtesy of Carlos Chirinos

The most recent reports from international observers confirm Chavez’s oppression against Venezuelan citizens.

Writer Mario Vargas Llosa published for El Pais newspaper article Entre la libertad y Hugo Chávez.

Oppression is the subjugation of one group by another, carried out under conditions of unequal power, and often enforced by threats of or by actual violence. According to Webster’s Third International Dictionary (1993), oppression is the “unjust or cruel exercise of authority or power esp. by the imposition of burdens; esp. the unlawful, excessive or corrupt exercise of power other than by extortion by any public officer so as to harm anyone in his rights, person, or property while purporting to act under color of governmental authority”.

The following link is to opinion article written by Ambassador Adolfo Taylhardat commenting on the Organization of American States ceasing the Resolution VI from 1962 excluding the Government of Cuba from its participation on the OAS, while Castro continues to break every single rule of the Democratic Charter.


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